So for the last two weeks, my PlayStation 4 hasn't been working.
To be more precise, it was refusing to play discs.
As confirmed this morning, Star Wars: Episode VIII is now officially Star Wars: the Last Jedi.
But who is the last Jedi? It's not exactly a secret, really - or is it?
As today’s businesses expand and grow, so too do their data management needs. That’s why they’re willing to pay top dollar for pros to collect, manage, and analyse it all. If you want to make your way into this high-demand field, then the Certified Professional Data Science with Python Bundle is for you.
Australia's remote internet coverage is so bad there is a dedicated lobby group to campaign for services. Steps are (slowly) being taken to increase coverage, and now Optus is installing satellite small cells in five locations across regional Northern Territory - as well as six locations across regional South Australia.
"As a child, I learned about the concept of holographic imaging from the Star Wars movies," says Lei Wang, a PhD student at the The Australian National University (ANU) Research School of Physics and Engineering. "It's really cool to be working on an invention that uses the principles of holography depicted in those movies."
Holograms of the highest quality ever seen are being created with a tiny new device, and a team of Australian Physicists.
I've been having a hell of a time loading YouTube videos on my home PC recently. Then, after a little bit of investigation, I found out why. Somehow, Adobe Flash was installed.
After running outside and turning three times, spitting and cursing, I uninstalled it.
You should do the same. Here's how.
A meterologist, a climate science professor and the Deputy Director of the Monash Energy Materials and Systems Institute gave us their insights on the recent "unusual" tropical weather patterns appearing in South Australia, what exactly is causing the continual blackouts, and how renewables can help.
The Russian hacking of the Democratic National Committee over the past two years might seem like a very American news story, inseparable from the lead characters of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, and hyped as only the polarised media of that country can do it.
But when we look more deeply, we see a very threatening reality that concerns all governments, liberal democratic or authoritarian. Australia should take note.
The biggest inauguration ever. Record-breaking. Yuge. While that may not be, y'know, true, President Donald Trump's ascension to the highest office of the United States did break at least one record. But it's probably not one Trump will care about.
Australian researchers looked at box office revenue in six countries both before and after they introduced 'three strike' policy legislation targeting piracy, and found no consistent evidence that it produced better box office revenues in any of the markets.
Since one of the main reasons for these laws is to increase sales, the researchers are questioning if they should be implemented at all.
Drones are kinda loud and annoying, but they're also a potential threat to public safety or privacy if they're snooping into restricted airspace. ASX-listed Department 13 has built a system it says can monitor Wi-Fi and GPS tracking signals to detect nearby drone activity, then jump in on top of those broadcasts to take over the flying gadget and redirect it to
Samsung's report into its exploding Galaxy Note7 and the unprecedented worldwide recall it caused has just been released, and there's one obvious difference it will make for the future phones you buy: they'll have an internal rollcage protecting the battery even when dropped. That means your next Samsung might be thicker, and definitely sturdier, than the one it's replacing.
Ever stick your charging cable into your device, only to realize you’ve tried jamming it in the wrong way? That issue’s not a problem with the MicFlip Fully Reversible Micro USB Cable.